The case of MP Nadia Savchenko, suspected in the planning of the coup d’état in Ukraine and the terrorist attack in the government quarter, will be passed to the court in two-three months as Yury Lutsenko, the Prosecutor General of Ukraine reported.
‘The prosecutor tells to finish the investigative actions in two, maximum three months and pass the case for the familiarization and then to begin the proper trial’, he said.
As we reported Shevchenkivsky Court of Kyiv decided on the preventive measures for Savchenko, which is custody for two months until May 20, 2018, without a right for a bail. Besides, the Court decided that the detention on March 22 was illegal.
The same day the MP went on the hunger strike. She also emphasized that she is not going to escape from Ukraine.
Also, the advocates of Nadia Savchenko appealed against the decision of Shevchenkivsky Kyiv Court on her arrest. The noted that the judge allowed procedural irregularities during the issuance of the judgment and the decision on the arrest can be treated as ungrounded.
On March 15, Lutsenko claimed during his speech at the parliament that Savchenko personally planned, recruited and ordered how to hold the terrorist attack in the Verkhovna Rada, destroying two lodges, governmental and post, by the combat grenades, bringing down the dome of the Verkhovna Rada by the mortar launchers and killing the survived with the assault rifles.
Also, it was reported that non-affiliated MP Nadia Savchenko and Volodymyr Ruban, the Head of 'Officer Corps' planned to attack the cortege of the President of Ukraine with the large caliber sniper rifle.